New Student Registration

Welcome to Oakton High School!

We're excited to welcome our newest Cougars!

New students fall into one of two registration categories:

  • Students who are new to Oakton High School and are not currently enrolled in another school in FCPS.
  • Students who are new to Oakton High School and who are currently enrolled in FCPS, but not a rising 9th-grade student who previously attended Carson MS, Franklin MS, Thoreau MS, or Jackson MS as an 8th-grade student. Rising 9th-grade students who attended one of these schools as an 8th-grade student do not need to enroll. The records automatically are transferred. 

To join Oakton High School, determine if your student lives in our boundary by viewing the FCPS boundary locator

If your student does live in the Oakton HS boundary, please fill out the new student registration form below. This form will be submitted to Jill Hendelman, our school registrar, who will be able to assist you with the new student registration process.

If you have already begun the new student registration process with the school in a different way, there is no need to submit this form. Please submit this form in English.

Is this the Student's First Year in FCPS?
Note: Submitting this form does not register the student. Submitting this form begins the new student registration process with the school. Our school registrar will contact you with the next steps to get your new student enrolled quickly and efficiently.

Are You Registering a Student Whose Home Language Is Other Than or in Addition to English?

Student families wishing to register a high school student with a home language other than or in addition to English should please contact the FCPS Student Registration Welcome Center. Here professionals may assess your student's English language skill and/or educational level. These assessments can provide valuable information to the local school and support your child's instructional needs.  

Do You Have Special Registration Situations? 

Special registration situations can include nonparent registrations, situations involving divorced or separated parents, homelessness, foster care, and foreign exchange students.